'Dirty Wars' -- 3 stars

<b>No Rating; 1:27 running time</br><br><br>Narrated by Scahill, author of a blistering expose of Blackwater and the private military contractor's role in the Iraq war, as well as a more recent book, also called "Dirty Wars," the film takes an atypically personal approach to a documentary genre that has rarely needed more than grim footage, testimonials from victims and an omniscient narrator to generate interest and/or outrage in America's win-at-all-costs approach to its enemies. <br><Br><a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-0611-dirty-wars-20130613,0,1701639.story>Read the full "Dirty Wars" movie review</a>

( June 11, 2013 )

No Rating; 1:27 running time


Narrated by Scahill, author of a blistering expose of Blackwater and the private military contractor's role in the Iraq war, as well as a more recent book, also called "Dirty Wars," the film takes an atypically personal approach to a documentary genre that has rarely needed more than grim footage, testimonials from victims and an omniscient narrator to generate interest and/or outrage in America's win-at-all-costs approach to its enemies.

Read the full "Dirty Wars" movie review

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